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Kage Baker was a perpetual passenger. Usually, mine. She never learned to drive – nor ever wanted to, either. She felt that her chancy vision – which was not always reliably binocular – plus her innate nervousness would constitute a … Continue reading

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BayCon V

Kage Baker was not one to stay up late at Cons. She insisted on as full a night’s sleep as she could get, so as to be sharp for the next day. I have neither her self-discipline, nor her sleep … Continue reading

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Baycon 2013 part IV

Kage Baker loved going to conventions, but they were hard on her. The hours one tends to keep were tough – she was a diurnal person, and not inclined to go out to parties and be loud in any event. … Continue reading

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BayCon Part III

Kage Baker loved people watching. The Faire was the best place for it, and we spent many a hot afternoon with our feet up, mugs of ale in hand, watching the tide of customers go by. It was always fun … Continue reading

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BayCon 13 Part II

Kage Baker was a firm believer in the adage that the point of a journey is the journey itself. Often, for her, it was; we’d set off with no goal or destination in mind, just to be travelling. The things … Continue reading

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BayCon 13

Kage Baker loved science fiction conventions, She hadn’t thought she would – she went to her first couple in anticipatory terror and distrust, prepared to be made mock of by hundreds of other people’s fans with bad pointy ears and … Continue reading

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Domestic Franchise Abuse

Kage Baker, as I have often noted, was heavily in favour of voting.  The exercise of one’s franchise was a dearly bought privilege, as her studies of history taught her: she appreciated that. And we were in the first batch … Continue reading

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